Monthly Archives: February 2015

Takeaways from YLG Mobile Workshop – Charlotte Premium Outlets

ULI Charlotte Young Leaders Group hosted a Mobile Workshop offering an in-depth look at the development and delivery of the Charlotte Premium Outlets on Monday, February 23. Project leaders, Sharon Campbell, Simon Property Group, Chris Thomas, Childress Klein Properties, and Kevin Jennings from Tanger shared their perspectives: Panelists discussed the evolution of outlet mall development over the last few years to more urban locations due to changing market dynamics. Sharon Campbell and Kevin Jennings characterized the unique partnership between Simon and Tanger at Charlotte Premium Outlets and highlighted how the … Read More

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Navigating Private Equity Capital Symposium

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Don’t miss this unique event that will feature an insider’s view of how today’s capital providers assess development opportunities and what they see for the future. Read More

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Charleston’s Mayor Looks Back on 40 Years of Progress

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As he completes his tenth term as Charleston, South Carolina’s mayor—and his 40th year in office—Joseph P. Riley Jr. could speak only of all that he has left to do and how little time he has to do it. There is the grand opening of the Gaillard Center, a $142 million performing arts center that will be the crown jewel of Charleston’s already world-class cultural scene; the private partners he seeks to support the so-calledLowcountry Lowline, a proposed greenway on a 1.5-mile (2.4 km) stretch of an abandoned Norfolk Southern … Read More

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Entrepreneurial Communities: Risks and Opportunities for Real Estate

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By Archana Pyati Although the rate of new business creation in the U.S is in fact declining, entrepreneurs and the social, economic and technological infrastructure they require continue to be a driver of real estate and urban planning decisions. This trend is especially evident in cities that have transitioned from manufacturing-based economies to those driven by knowledge-creation, technological and scientific innovation, and professional services. So concluded an expert panel devoted to entrepreneurial communities and their evolving real estate needs at the ULI Carolinas’ Second Annual Meeting, held February 9 and … Read More

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Recap – Second Annual ULI Carolinas’ Meeting

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Attracting almost 500 attendees to Charleston for this event, this event has quickly become a smashing success and a “must attend” each year. Read More

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ULI Symposium

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Don’t miss this unique event that will combine practical advice in how you can better pitch your deal, with an insider’s view of how today’s capital providers assess development opportunities and what they see for the future. Read More

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ULI Mobile Website

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A Meeting Website is available for you to plan your schedule – as well as interact with our speakers and panelists. Bookmark https://uli.cnf.io to access throughout the event for the schedules, speaker bios, electronic audience polling, panel and speaker Q&A, and more.

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Hard Hat Tour of Crescent Dilworth

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Please join your fellow Young Leaders Mar 25th, 4:00 – 6:00 pm for a guided tour of Crescent Dilworth.  This Mobile Workshop includes a hard hat tour of the property and a discussion with Michael Tubridy, Crescent Communities; and Richard Petersheim, LandDesign. Due for delivery in Spring 2015, Crescent Dilworth will contain 296 Luxury Apartment Homes atop a podium parking deck as well as 2,200 square feet of street level retail. Register for Hard Hat Tour of Crescent Dilworth

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The Rise of Fort Mill

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From the success of Baxter to tremendous residential growth, to surprisingly strong employment creation, and now the emergence of Kingsley, Fort Mill’s attractiveness is built upon a vision of the Close Family for its substantial acreage of long-owned land, extensive planning, and a generational focus.  The rise of Fort Mill is spurred by very highly-regarded schools, the unique 2100-acre Anne Springs Close Greenway, and discernment in economic development.  The next big community emerging from Fort Mill is Kingsley, with Class A office, retail, hotels, multi-family residential and single-family plan.  Paul … Read More

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